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How do you feel Notts will respond to returning to football?

Do you think they will come back stronger, or suffer a setback due to the long absence between games?

I think Notts will be keen to kick on myself, if the league ends as it stands. I think they will respond brightly and want to win the league, Neal Ardley might play this down but I think the club would be quietly confident.

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i think notts will be stronger, we have a good squad and if the club needs to pre for a new season instead of finishing this one off. i think there will be a chance to sign additional quality to do well.

the club seems to be in safe hands, im not worried about the loss of money.

as fans we will support the club, notts and lifeline know this. so the focus should be on football and making sure everyone is 100% fit ready to go.

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If the season continues I think each team will benefit, it will reset everything for all the clubs and, Notts tends to struggle to pick up their form.

I have faith in this squad I must admit, I think many of them will want to come back eager to do well.

The squad will be established no matter what happens.

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Notts are in a good place. Keep most of the squad we have, add a few and we'll win the league next season (assuming this season doesn't finish). If it does return this season, I think Notts could catch Barrow, if not, I think Notts would sin the playoffs. 

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I don't feel there's any prospect of restarting this season. If we put our optimistic hats on and assume the least disruptive scenario - starting next season roughly on time and in the same division - we'd have to be a good bet for top spot. We have a squad of players that has grown together during the season (a big advantage over last summer) who buy into what the manager is trying to do. As we recently acquired new owners, you'd have to assume that they will keep the club afloat to protect their investment, so we should be in a reasonably strong financial position too.

If the situation drags on into the winter, however, all bets are off. Then we could be looking at insolvencies and a significantly changed football landscape with clubs disappearing or merging.

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If the season continues it could be difficult, I am sure the players are doing well to keep in shape but this situation would have crept into their minds. You can never replace consistency of playing regularly and then expect it to be picked up.

A new season would see Notts strength and train to go one stage further.

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